Join the Norwegian Pavilion at China Wind Power 2021Wind
In collaboration with Innovation Norway, Norwegian Energy Partners is organising a Norwegian pavilion at China Wind Power (CWP21) in Beijing, China, October 18-20. If you are interested in joining the pavilion, please express your interest as soon as possible.
Being a part of the Norwegian pavilion at CWP2021 will be a unique opportunity to showcase your company directly to key decision-makers, potential clients and partners within wind power in China.
Please note that space is limited as 60% of the pavilion has already been booked by major Norwegian companies such as Ulstein, Jotun, and Passer. To secure a spot at the Norwegian pavilion, please express your interest to email@example.com as soon as possible, and by April 30 the latest.
WHY PARTICIPATE AT CWP2021?
China Wind Power (CWP) is known as China's most important and largest wind energy exhibition, and this year it is being arranged for the 12th time. CWP is an important meeting platform for Chinese and international wind power companies to meet and discuss business opportunities and industrial development, strategies and technology for tackling climate change, as well as a place to learn more about ongoing global energy transformations.
During CWP2021, a half day Sino-Norwegian offshore wind seminar will be organised for the Norwegian exhibitors, which will be followed by a networking dinner event. There will also be opportunities for B2B meetings (please note that this will be organised upon the exhibitors' requests).
We believe that CWP event is an excellent opportunity to both connect with existing customers and secure new business.
OFFSHORE WIND IN CHINA - WORLD'S LARGEST MARKET BY 2021
During the 14th Five-year plan period, 2021-2025, China's wind industry is expected to undergo explosive growth and see significant increase in installed capacity. China achieved a new record in 2019, installing 2.4 GW offshore wind in a single year, and was the world’s No. 3 offshore market in total installations.
At present, project developers and investors are rushing to commission their projects before the end of the 2021 deadline to capitalize on the Feed-In Tariffs for offshore wind. Considering the extraordinary volume of new capacity to be built in 2020 and 2021, it is expected that China will surpass the UK as the world’s largest offshore market in total installations by 2021.
Major effort will be put into CAPEX reduction and per KWH cost reduction as there will be no more incentive from the central government, and local incentives will be ended by 2023. Chinese offshore wind development will be going to deeper water and further from shore for the future, consequently, higher technical requirement will be in demand, especially for offshore wind service vessels, foundation, submarine cable, and offshore platforms.
KEY ACTIVITIES DURING CWP 2021
• Norwegian pavilion at a prime location
• A half day Sino-Norwegian offshore wind seminar
• B2B meetings with potential clients and partners
• Networking reception
For more information about the Norwegian Pavilion and about China Wind Power 2021, please contact:
Mimi Cathrine Lie
Mobile: +47 91685050
COVID-19 MEASURES AND PRECAUTIONS
CWP21 is planned and will be executed in full compliance with industry good practice & relevant government guidance regarding COVID-19 to minimise and mitigate associated risk. We are closely monitoring both Norwegian and Chinese authorities' recommendations and restrictions. The health, safety and well-being of our partners and staff is our highest priority.
Due to the uncertainty of the on going pandemic, we highly recommend that participating companies only send representatives that are already based in China.
Time and date
• When/where: 19th – 20th October at the China International Exhibition Center (New Venue), Beijing, China.
• All participants are responsible for their travel related reservations and fees, i.e. hotel, flights etc
• Hotel recommendations to follow